Camille Hadida, MCP, RP (QP)
Ms. Hadida's is a Registered Psychotherapist (QP) with the College of Registered Psychotherapists of Ontario. Camille has a graduate certificate in Rehabilitation Counselling, a Master's Degree in Counselling Psychology and a Doctor of Chiropractic Degree. She is also a Certified Vocational Rehabilitation Professional (Fellow).
Camille's experience includes individual and group counselling for children and youth throughout York Region including within the York Region District School Board. She is passionate about helping children and youth facing a variety of issues including various anxiety disorders, self-esteem issues, anger, self-harming behaviours, issues related to gender identity, bullying, peer pressure, substance use as well as family, school and relationship stressors.
Camille's counselling approach includes CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy), mindfulness and motivational techniques. Her goals are to help individuals of all ages develop an insight into their problems and the skills to manage them independently, as well as helping clients achieve balance in all aspects of their life, including emotional well-being, relationships, hobbies, school and work.
Camille's passion for helping people is seen through her ongoing commitment to education and professional development over the past 20 years, through which she has developed a holistic approach to understanding the needs and challenges of individuals. Through her chiropractic background Camille has experience helping people with chronic pain and a strong understanding of the challenges people with chronic pain face including anxiety, depression and lack of motivation. Helping people from the physical and emotional perspectives has given Camille a deep understanding of how psychosocial factors can impact every aspect of an individual's quality of life.
Camille is committed to personal and professional growth through ongoing learning within the psychotherapy field. She is currently pursuing further education in Mindfulness Cognitive Behavioural Therapy through The Centre for Mindfulness Studies.